The purpose and mission of the SIG on Neuromodulation is to:

  • promote interdisciplinary collaboration among scientists, clinicians and other professionals within the health-care networks world-wide in research and clinical application of neuromodulatory treatment strategies;
  • facilitate inter-professional education and training in the field of neuromodulation with particular attention to the clinical application of emergent neuromodulatory techniques for pain and symptom management; and
  • establish a platform and forum for on-going professional discourse in order to address emerging issues and to navigate the development of evidence-based practices and policies.

The IASP SIG on Neuromodulation keeps an archive of published newsletters.

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Education Committee
D. Rasche (Germany)
L. Chipchase (Australia)
H. Smith (USA)
C. Perruchoud (Switzerland)
A. Villareal (USA)

Research Committee
J.J Borckardt (USA)
M. Rosedale (USA)
V. Napadow (USA)
T.H Cheng (USA)

Quality Improvement Committee
M. Raff (South Africa)
B. Van Dorsten (USA)
S. Thomson (UK)
M. Gofeld (USA)

Newsletter Committee
P. Schofield (UK)
D. Nichols (USA)
E. Latorre (Spain)
D. Ciampi (Brazil)

Meetings and Symposia Committee
M. Desai (USA)
A. DaSilva (USA)
N. Fallon (UK)
S. Schabrun (Australia)





Past Meetings:

Nsuki Annual Scientific Meeting
Joint Meeting of NSUKI and the IASP Special Interest Group on Neuromodulation
November 11-12, 2017
Oxford, United Kingdom


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Executive Committee
Chair: Sam Eldabe (UK)
Past Chair: Volker Tronnier (Germany)
Secretary: John Markmann (USA)
Treasurer: Armando Villareal (USA)

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